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The Damned Don't Drown
The Sinking of the Wilhelm Gustloff
By Sellwood, Arthur V.
Descripton: In January 1945 the large passenger liner Wilhelm Gustloff departed port in the Bay of Danzig packed full with refugees, soldiers and service people. Shortly afterwards she was sunk by a Soviet submarine and in the panic over 6000 people died in the icy waters, making it the worst maritime disaster of all time. Originally published 1973.